DNP Desk: Now in RIMC and RMS also girls will get admission on the lines of National Defense Academy. For this, the Central Government has filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court. In the affidavit filed in the court, the Center has said that now girls will also be able to get admission in five Rashtriya Military Schools of the country, including the Rashtriya Indian Military College. The government has said in its affidavit that necessary structural and logistical changes will be made for the admission of girls in the academic session 2022-23. Explain that according to the affidavit filed by the Center in the court, students in the age group of 11.5 to 13 years will be able to take admission in military colleges after clearing the All India Competitive Examination.
5 girls will get admission every six months
Let us tell you that according to the central government, 5 girls will be started to be included in every six months. It will start from January 2023. According to the information received, an entrance examination will be organized in 2022 for admission in it. The central government has said with the claim that it will be increased by 20 percent every year. Apart from this, while giving detailed information about the first phase of the scheme, the central government said that this increase will also affect some infrastructure. According to the government, a framework has been prepared for the tenure of girls starting from January 2028. For this, permission will be given to participate in the entrance test scheduled in June 2027 for admission in RIMC.
In the affidavit filed by the government in the Supreme Court, it has been said that other amendments and reorganizations will have to be done for girl cadets. Apart from appropriate medical standards and training curriculum, several other amendments and restructuring will have to be done in the system to provide privacy, security, the Center said. Let us tell you that now this affidavit will be examined by a bench of Justice MM Sundaresh and Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul.
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